Eight Modern

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Eight Modern
231 Delgado Street
Santa Fe, NM 87501
Venue Type: Gallery
Representing Artists
Karl Stanley Benjamin, Jules Engel, Paul Jenkins, Walter Dusenbery, Ernest J. Bellocq, Frantisek Drtikol, Valerie Jaudon, March Avery, Graciela Iturbide, Robert Doisneau, Lorenzo Alessandri, Jörg Immendorff, Jessica Abel, Jim Dine, Alfred Jensen, Emil James Bisttram, Öyvind Fahlström, Raymond Jonson, Marilyn Bridges, Robert Fantozzi, Takeshi Kawashima, Ellen Brooks, Tony Fitzpatrick, André Kertész, Char Brown, Flor Garduño, Karen Knorr, Celeste Roberge, Arthur Siegel, John D. Thomas, Arthur Mole, Werner Rohde, Kiki Smith, Henry Moore, Ed Roseberry, Saul Steinburg, Abelardo Morell, Dieter Roth, Ralph Steiner, Wright Morris, Thomas Ruff, Frank Stella, Vernon Sutcher, Weegee, William T. Wiley, Arthur Tress, William Wegman, Nancy Youdelman, Richard Tuttle, Nicholas Wilder, Jack Youngerman, O. Winston Link, Matt Mullican, Kim Russo, Robert Lobe, Eadweard Muybridge, Kazuya Sakai, Alex S. MacLean, Bruce Nauman, Ramona Sakiestewa, Matt Magee, Louise Nevelson, Jason Salavon, Robert Mangold, René Peña, Sebastião Salgado, Humberto Mayol, Pipo Nguyen-duy, Fritz Scholder, Duane Michals, Paula Rego, Fazal Sheikh, Ming Fay, Edda Renouf, Roger Shimomura, Richard Misrach, Efren Candelaria, Leon Schulman Gaspard, Nicholas Krushenick, John Chamberlain, Gunther Gerzso, Fay Ku, Gene Davis, Gronk, Moriyuki Kuwabara, Ronald Davis, David Hockney, Ted Larsen, Gerard Curtis Delano, Carl Robert Holty, Katherine Lee, Lesley Dill, Hong Hao, David X. Levine, David Levinthal, Robert Motherwell, John Ruppert, Sol LeWitt, Rachelle Mozman, Ed Ruscha
Jaquelin Loyd
Open hours
Monday through Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.; Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m
505 995 0231
505 986 0233
Gallery type


TAI Gallery Merges With Eight Modern

TAI Gallery has been the world's premier gallery for contemporary Japanese bamboo art for nearly twenty years. Since 2007, Eight Modern has represented a talented group of contemporary painters, sculptors, photographers and new media artists off of Santa Fe's fine art destination, Canyon Road. As "TAI Modern," they will continue to exhibit Eight Modern artists as well as the bamboo masterpieces of the 40+ Japanese masters cherished and promoted by TAI Gallery.

The staff remains intact. Margo Thoma and Jaquelin Loyd from Eight Modern have joined forces with the TAI team: Koichiro Okada, Steve Halvorsen, Susan Perry and Ai Krasner. TAI Modern will continue to occupy the beautiful space at 1601 Paseo de Peralta in the Railyard Arts District, Santa Fe's center for contemporary arts. 

"We are all delighted with the merger and fully intend to carry on both TAI Gallery's and Eight Modern's commitments to quality exhibitions, a passion for great art, and a deep respect for the artists we represent. There is much to be accomplished. We are excited to embrace the many synergistic opportunities of our fusion, and will keep you informed as things continue to develop."

-Margo, Jaquelin, Koichi, Susi, Steve and Ai


During transition, please use our respective websites:


Eight Modern opened in May 2007 in a historic 1860s farmhouse on Delgado Street. Specializing in modern and contemporary painting, photography, and sculpture, the gallery is committed to premiering works by internationally acclaimed artists, many of whom have never before exhibited in Santa Fe.

In addition to its regular exhibition program, Eight Modern is available to consult in building collections for corporate and private clients.

Offering a confidential alternative to the public marketplace, Eight Modern is also interested in the resale of select works of art from the 20th century.


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